Red Bend Software, Inc. et al v. Google

Filing 98

DECLARATION re 96 Brief by Stephen A. Edwards by Red Bend Software, Inc., Red Bend, Ltd.. (Tempesta, Jennifer)

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Red Bend Software, Inc. et al v. Google Doc. 98 EXHIBIT A Red Bend v. Google Proposed Claim Constructions - [July 15, 2010] Claim Terms at Issue data table executable program invariant references modified old data table modified old program modified new data table modified new program Independent Claims 42, 46, 55, 59 8, 12, 21, 25 8, 12, 21, 25, 42, 46, 55, 59 42, 46, 55, 59 8, 12, 21, 25 42, 46, 55, 59 8, 12, 21, 25 Red Bend Proposed Construction A table of entries, where an entry is an addressable unit within the data table. Each entry may have a different size. An executable program is one example of a data table. A program comprising machine language instructions and corresponding bytes of data used by the program that are ready to be run on a computer. Values made the same. An interim result, such as tables or data structures, related to the old data table. An interim result, such as tables or data structures, related to the old executable program. An interim result, such as tables or data structures, related to the new data table. An interim result, such as tables or data structures, related to the new executable program. Page 1 EXHIBIT B prime - Merriam-Webster Unabridged Main Entry Site Menu Page 1 of 2 Browsing the web? Bring the dictionary! Download IE Toolbar and Firefox Search Tools today 24 entries found. prime[1,noun] prime[2,adjective] prime[3,adverb] prime[4,verb] p ri m e [ 5 , n o u n ] prime[6,intransitive verb double prime prime cost prime factor prime matter prime meridian prime minister prime ministerial prime ministership prime ministry prime mover prime number prime tone prime vertical prime vertical dial To select an entry, click on it. Click 'Go' if one entry is listed. Double-click any word in the entry to see its definition. Main Entry: 1prime Pronunciation Guide Pronunciation: pr m Function: noun Inflected Form(s): -s Etymology: Middle English, from Old English pr m, from Latin prima (hora) first hour, from prima, feminine of primus first + hora hour -- more at HOUR 1 a often capitalized : a religious office constituting the first of the daytime canonical hours -- compare LAUD, MATINS b : the first hour of the day usually considered either as 6 a.m. or the hour of sunrise 2 a : the beginning or earliest stage of something : the first part or age <saurians of the prime -- Henry Adams> b : SPRING <the prime of the year> c : the spring of life : YOUTH <in her prime, pretty as a lamb, a laughing girl -- A.E.Coppard> 3 a : the most active, thriving, or successful stage of something <patent medicines were in their prime -- Thérèse S. Westermeier> <the prime of his musical career -- Terry de Valera> b : the period of greatest vigor and productivity in a person's life <these two home-run sluggers, who were tremendous crowd pullers in their prime -- Collier's Year Book> 4 a : the chief or best individual of a group <prime of the flock, and choicest of the stall -- Alexander Pope> b : the best part of something <give him always of the prime -- Jonathan Swift> c : an export grade of yellow pine lumber of very high quality that is free from defects and largely heartwood d : sheet metal products of the highest commercial quality 5 : PRIME NUMBER 6 a : PRIMERO b : the second-highest hand in primero and related games consisting of one card of each suit c : a block in backgammon formed by a series of six closed points 7 : a parry in fencing defending the upper inside target in which the hand is to the left at head height in a position of pronation with the point of the blade directed downward and the forearm is across the body parallel to the ground -- called also first; compare QUARTE 8 a : the first note or tone of a musical scale : TONIC b : a tone represented by the same staff degree as a given tone c : the pitch relation between two such musical notes or tones or their simultaneous combination d : PRIME TONE 9 : a symbol or accent ´ suffixed in writing or printing to distinguish one character from a related character (as a´ from a or from a''), to indicate a relative unit (as a minute of angle or a foot), or to differentiate a mathematical function -- compare DOUBLE PRIME Citation format for this entry: "prime." Webster's Third New International Dictionary, Unabridged. MerriamWebster, 2002. ( 14 Jul. 2010). Home My Account Contact Us Privacy Policy Site Help Merriam-Webster Online 7/14/2010 prime - Merriam-Webster Unabridged © 2010 Merriam-Webster, Incorporated Page 2 of 2 7/14/2010 CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE I hereby certify that this document filed through the ECF system will be sent electronically to the registered participants as identified on the Notice of Electronic Filing (NEF) and paper copies will be sent to those indicated as non-registered participants on July 15, 2010. By: /s/ Jennifer C. Tempesta Jennifer C. Tempesta

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